I had some me-time this afternoon. I didn’t know what to do, so I did what I always do when I don’t know what to do, I headed to the Blake Sea. I thought it might be nice to head over in the direction where the pirates roam.
|That’s me getting those big engines running.
I’m wondering, did the recent server problems
screw up the sim crossing experience.
|I headed southwesterly, past Hawser sim
and headed to regions I wasn’t very familiar with.
Here is Sirens Isle where that big sea plane crashed.
|Then I headed back more to the east and found
The Honah Lee Air Field.
I’d been by here before but this time I docked
and checked out the place.
|On my way home I saw something in the distance,
so I zoomed on over to see.
It was another magnificent ship
appearing on Hawser sim.
|The ships name is Trafalgar and it was converted
to an aircraft carrier.
Here’s the scoop: This time I didn’t waste time, I found the name of the builder and looked him up. His name is Ns5 Xorbun and I chatted him up a bit. Yes, he is the same builder who created the Titanic I’d reported about on it’s 100th Anniversary. I also found that he has a store Xorbun Products on Marketplace!
|After chatting with Ns5, I looked around me
and saw that a flotilla of boats had come
to see the ship and pay tribute.
Isn’t that just the most amazing thing!
|The Blake Sea
Second Life’s Premier Wonder
A source of endless fascination.
Then as with Titanic, in an instant it was gone. So, I headed home. I mean, what an extraordinary event and amazing surprise. I’ll post some more pics on Flickr this evening.
Ok, Mr Crap.. i think you need a real ride on that sea!And I don't know of a better guide than… well, i know i'm boasting… than me. So clear a space on your calendar invite a couple friends and I'll give you a high speed adventure of a liftime. Well, need to check viewer first, some just crash.Seriously, I love taking peeps out on that sea! I'm the Blake Sea's biggest cheerleader.
I think it's cool that you've getting enjoyment out of that sea.Delinda once took me out there for wandering. One day, I'll have to drag a row-boat out there and just putter around.-ls/cm